Quick & Easy
Creamy cashews and sweet carrots are blended into a flavorful, raw dip for crackers, veggies, or more!
Simplicity is key to this dish – just a handful of ingredients along with a sweet savory sauce creates a delicious, comforting Thai delight.
Garlic and black pepper make a fantastic flavor combination in this bold and intensely flavored dish.
This incredibly flavorful marinade works for sturdy vegetables like broccoli, cauliflower and carrots. Make a double batch and marinate extras for great leftovers!
Using jasmine tea instead of plain water to cook rice yields a beautifully fragrant yet simple side dish.
Wilting a large amount of greens with tea is a simple way to eat your greens, but with the added health benefits of tea!
This wholesome soup is a delicious way to enjoy young green soybeans, also known as edamame. This recipe is adapted from one of our favorite food blogs, 101 Cookbooks.
Tangy and spicy flavors are combined in a simple weeknight soup. The Baked Tofu adds a nice chewiness to the soup, but it is optional.
This classic tomato soup is creamy and satisfying- get your grilled cheese sandwiches ready! Add cream to leftovers and this makes a fantastic pasta sauce.
Blending kale into homemade applesauce is a great way to ‘sneak’ healthy greens into your diet.